THE HRCR HISTORIC ROAD RALLY CHAMPIONSHIP 2019 supported by Motorsport News
Equally challenging and enjoyable for both driver and navigator, the 2019 HRCR Historic Road Rally Championship is a great way to enjoy using your historic vehicle
The HRCR coordinates an annual series of historic road rallies which offer real tests for driver-navigator partnerships, each rally having a combination of regularity sections on quiet and scenic back-roads combined with special tests at private venues, 2019 celebrates the championship’s 25th year
The events mostly run in daylight hours, although a couple run into the hours of darkness, to add a touch of variety to the series. Usually 130 to 150 miles in length they are single day events at a fraction of the cost of the big-name classic rallies. With entry fees usually around £150 per event, including lunch and a meal at the finish for the crew. Competing cars are split into 4 age dependent categories upto 1968, ’74, ’81 and ’85 with bonus points being awarded to the 2 earliest classes’ and crews graded on their ability into Masters, Experts and Novices
Each event is run to MUK National-B regulations for which Competition Licences are easily obtained.
Routes use the excellent 1:50000 OS Landranger maps and finding the correct route is seldom too difficult for novice navigators, as organisers want everyone to get to the finish having enjoyed the day.
Still worried that you’ll find it all too difficult? Then enquire about the HRCR’s scheduled training days, when experienced competitors give instruction in all aspects of historic road rallying.
To register simply go to the section below. For more information contact:
Martin Phaff, Championship Secretary
Tel: 07957348290 / 01142304551
For information on vehicle eligibility please contact
David Walters, Clubmans.firstname.lastname@example.org
Clubmans Championship Eligibility Scrutineer